Rahm ascends to world No. 3 after Dubai twofold
Jon Rahm is once more into rarified air in the Official World Golf Ranking following his twofold dunk in Dubai.
The Spaniard won the season-finishing DP World Tour Championship on Sunday, a triumph that likewise gotten him the general Race to Dubai respects. It started a $5 million payday for the 25- year-old and furthermore vaulted him up two spots to No. 3 in the most recent world rankings.
The triumph was Rahm’s fourth overall success of the year, and it proceeded with a rankings climb for a player who was outside the top 10 as of late as June. Rahm’s presently behind just world No. 1 Brooks Koepka and No. 2 Rory McIlroy, and it’s his most elevated remaining since he was positioned No. 2 in February 2018.
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Dubai second place Tommy Fleetwood remained in the No. 10 opening, while Mike Lorenzo-Vera went from 96th to 65th in the wake of completing third.
Tyler Duncan’s lady PGA Tour succeed at the RSM Classic prompted the greatest hop of the week, as Duncan moved from No. 387 to No. 170 on the planet. Season finisher second place Webb Simpson climbed one spot to No. 11, past Bryson DeChambeau, while a fourth-place finish moved Brendon Todd from 83rd to 72nd.
Koepka stays in the top spot for one more week, trailed by McIlroy, Rahm, Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas. Patrick Cantlay remained at No. 6, with Tiger Woods, Justin Rose, Xander Schauffele and Fleetwood balancing the top 10.